Month: February 2020

Windows XP, Vista and 7 Support Notice

Windows XP, Vista and 7 Support Notice

We can all agree that Windows XP, Vista (after the service packs) and 7 were brilliant operating systems, right? We still use XP and 7 on older systems that won’t run efficiently on Windows 8.1 or 10 and we don’t care about security updates because we know what we’re doing.

So, what’s happening with application support?

Nothing, we will continue to improve our applications and games while providing support for XP, Vista and 7. For applications that don’t currently support Windows XP, future applications will have workarounds or separate installers designed for XP which will allow it to run our main unsupported applications. Applications which will get future XP support are; Fighting is Magic: Aurora.

Why are you still supporting Windows XP, Vista and 7?

Because we can. It doesn’t change anything about how well we can improve our applications, we will still be adding new features, bug fixes and security fixes for all of these operating systems. It’s also easier for backwards compatibility; say you want to run an older operating system for fun, but you want to use our applications? You will be able to use the most up to date versions of said applications.

Will you ever stop supporting these operating systems?

Not for the foreseeable future. We plan to continue providing updates and support for our applications and services on these operating systems.


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